Man O War A Champion Golf Course In Vegas

Written by Mel Barosay


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the par 5, 506 yard isrepparttar number one handicapped hole, lined with bunkers requiring golfers to hit their drive in good enough position for a second shot fromrepparttar 139442 right-center ofrepparttar 139443 fairway. This sets up into tricky green with a short iron. Be gratified with a five!

, is a short, but risky par 3 with 129 yards torepparttar 139444 middle ofrepparttar 139445 green. Correct club selection is a must because a hit intorepparttar 139446 large bunker beforerepparttar 139447 green has been know to be fatal to your score.

, which is shorter thanrepparttar 139448 average par 5 is very reachable in two forrepparttar 139449 longer hitters. This birdie hole can turn on you fast if you flirt with any ofrepparttar 139450 bunkers that underscore this hole. A second shot overrepparttar 139451 bunker will leave an uphill chip and a golden birdie opportunity!

, Vegas Show Ticketssets up as a 179-yarder and bordered by distinguishing heather. It is an uphill hole, that is, if you have a need to findrepparttar 139452 minuscule fairway. Use an extra club on this tough par 3. Anything short is inrepparttar 139453 beach and if you missrepparttar 139454 green grab your sand wedge; you'll need it at least once!

isrepparttar 139455 time to press your tee shot torepparttar 139456 right so to leave you a short to medium iron to reachrepparttar 139457 elevated green in regulation. The green side bunker is deadly, so make your four and winrepparttar 139458 press!

requiresrepparttar 139459 golfer to avoidrepparttar 139460 bunker onrepparttar 139461 left side ofrepparttar 139462 fairway. Remember to aim your second shot and avoidrepparttar 139463 ball-collecting greenside bunker. Don't be a victim here!

,repparttar 139464 par 4, number two handicapped is a right-center target forrepparttar 139465 drive which will cut some ofrepparttar 139466 yardage offrepparttar 139467 sharp dogleg. A huge second shot torepparttar 139468 long green will need accurate club selection. The bunkers on entry are mean asrepparttar 139469 bird they are named for! Get away with a par and don't be selfish for this birdie!

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Golf Conditioning Myths

Written by Mike Pedersen


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"Weight training will cause me to lose feel."

By strengthening your muscles specific to golf, you will have better control of your body. A sport specific program trains your body specifically for your golf game. When you improve functional strength, you have more control and balance, which will improve your feel. Strength training involves body awareness, muscular control, and coordination. These are all key elements for enhanced golf.

So in summary, golf conditioning can be done when you are in your early teens (with supervision), or into your late 80's. I have personally worked with people in there 70's and 80's who increased their strength 100%. This was partly due torepparttar initial level of fitness being so low.

My point is, that it is never too late to start. Search out a fitness professional or golf conditioning specialist to design a golf specific program and you will play better than you ever imagined!

Start now on your golf conditioning program!



About The Author: Mike Pedersen is one of the top golf conditioning experts in the country, author of the Ultimate Golf Fitness Guide, and founder of several online golf fitness sites. Check out his new golf conditioning products at http://www.performbettergolf.com


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